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Sentinel node is the first in the chain of lymph nodes which drains lymphatic fluid from the malignant tumor. In sentinel lymph node injection the physician tries to identify the first lymph node receiving lymphatic drainage from a tumor. Sentinel lymph…
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Beer before liquor does make you sicker.

There's a #ICD10 code for this F10.129

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Beer before liquor does make you sicker. There's a #ICD10 code for this F10.129 #SuperCoder   - SuperCoder - CPT, ICD-10, HCPCS Codes Lookup 2015 - Google+
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Brian Cui

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You studied. You sat for your medical coding exam. You did not pass. What do you do now? After the dust has cleared, you want to develop a strategy to pass your medical coding examination.I asked several social media groups, "For those who did not pass their medical coding examination, can you identify one thing you could have done better?" All responses can be classified into two categories: coding guidelines and time management. Guidelines - Re...
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Great Promo Gift ideas for the #Medical Industry

We have assembled a list of great #PromotionalGift ideas for anyone in the Medical industry.

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jitendra A

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Learn exactly how to code CTA Abdominal Aorta with Runoff

CPT code for CTA abdominal aorta with bilateral lower extremity with Runoff CTA (Computed Tomography Angiography) exam are easy to spot on as long as they are coded for a particular specific site. Since, we usually know the commonly used CTA CPT codes we…
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Alex Tate

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Medical Billing Reviews  http://goo.gl/w6IbNG Everything you need to know about the Top Medical Billing Companies #Healthcare   #HIT   #EHR   #EMR   #Physicians   #MedicalBilling   #ICD10   #ICD   #CPTCodes   #HealthOrg  #icd10matters
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Roger Steven

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Overview: The integration of healthcare organizations into systems has been going on for decades especially among hospitals. It began principally with the religious orders organizing their freestanding hospitals into a single organization usually a holding company and has proceeded in the past 2 decades to integration between physician organizations and hospitals and hospital systems. Some of these integration efforts have been sponsored or led by physician organizations such as the Mayo Clinic and others have been organized principally by hospital systems like Ascension. Both large and small organizations have been involved in this process and there have been many different approaches especially those related to merger, acquisition, joint operating agreements and others. 

Leaders and managers of both physician and hospital organizations must realize what they are getting into during these discussions and emphasis should be placed on due diligence and the understanding of the cultural differences that may occur between professional and hospital organizations. The pros and cons will be discussed. 

Why should you attend: This presentation and discussion will deal with the history of integration towards large healthcare systems and that pace is rapidly increasing. It is important that leaders and managers should understand the pros and cons and the good and the bad and the ugly of integration. 

Areas Covered in the Session:
The history of integration
Models of integration currently being established
The impact on governance
Management approaches to integration
The impact of culture on the integration process and future success of the system
Financial considerations
The future of integrated systems and who will drive the train
Summary and conclusions

Who Will Benefit:
Physicians
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Operating Officers
Physician Organizations
Health Insurance Companies
Frederick J. Wenzel MBA, FACMPE is Executive Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas. (1996-to date) He holds a Visiting Professor appointment in Marketing at the Graduate School of Business of the University of Colorado. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Graduate School of Business of the University of Chicago. 

http://www.mentorhealth.com/control/w_product/~product_id=800464LIVE/
Physician Hospital Integration
Tue, April 7, 1:00 PM
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Is there a site online where you can learn coding?
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Medical Billing & Coding Specialist certification programs last anywhere from one month to two years. These programs are the perfect option for someone who would like to enter the medical field, but has less interest in medicine or nursing. 
Intimidated by the prospect of years of undergraduate classes to enter the healthcare field? Check out these 10 great healthcare certification programs.
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Alex Tate

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Should a practice outsource billing to prepare for ICD-10 Challenge?
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CPC stands for Certified Professional coder. CPC is an exam conducted by AAPC for medical coder or any professional who wants to make a career in medical coding. If you have visited AAPC website you can see there are n number of coders are being certified…
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If you are struggling to code Moderate Conscious sedation do checkout this small to learn when to code primary 99144, addon 99145 conscious sedation codes.
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Karina Fabian

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Hello, all. I'm not a medical biller, but I need your help. My company, Top Ten Reviews, is evaluating health insurance claims processing. We are calling upon medical providers and billers for insight. Who is the easiest to work with? Who takes a long time to pay? And who have you dropped? The survey is short and anonymous, thank you and please share! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ttrhealthinsurance
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jitendra A

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learn the new cpt codes for breast tomosynthesis introduced in 2015 and also checkout when to use these cpt codes while coding medical charts.
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Alex Tate

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When? Thursday, April 7th, 2015 | 1:00pm ET / 12pm CT / 10am PT

The industry is constantly changing with new payer rules, government regulations and the mother of all changes - The ICD-10 Transition. Keeping up to date with all of that while maintaining your practice’s bottom line is and will be a challenge.

Register for this webinar to learn how you can protect your practice’s bottom line; post ICD-10, while still keeping billing in-house.

The webinar will help you achieve the following objectives:

A First time pass through rate of up to 98%
An average reduction of 3-7 business days in turnaround time
Minimize ICD-10 disruption
Reduction of administrative costs
Who should attend this webinar?
Physicians, practice managers, Billing companies and others who are interested in understanding the role of claim scrubbing in achieving billing perfection.
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jitendra A

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learn x ray cpt codes through this short article used in radiology facility in medical coding. Checkout some combine codes used together for different site.
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